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  • Registration rush for ChemClear booking line

    May 22 2013
    Hundreds of farmers and waste holders have rushed to register their unwanted agvet chemicals in time for ChemClear’s upcoming collection in Queensland. A total of 440 people have registered 63,660 lt/kg of chemical for the June collection after the booking line closed on 19th April. More than 27,000 lt/kg will be collected for...
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  • Last chance to register chemical before the run begins

    Apr 15 2013
    There are only 4 days left to register for ChemClear’s Queensland collection run commencing in June as booking lines close on 19th April. We have had a great start to this year’s collection with more than 42.5 tonnes of chemical already logged by farmers, rural businesses, golf courses and other agricultural chemical users a...
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  • Farmers register chemicals in droves for collection

    Mar 21 2013
    Almost 40,000 litres of obsolete agvet chemical has already been registered by farmers, rural businesses, golf courses and other ag chemical users for this year’s ChemClear collection in Queensland. The national collection program of agricultural chemicals is now on track for its planned state-wide collection run to commence i...
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  • Agsafe education bursary winners announced

    Feb 25 2013
    A student and an agronomist have taken out Agsafe’s 2012 Education Bursary. Brett Barker from Nulawill, Victoria and Steven Serafin from Griffith, NSW, each received $2500 to go towards their studies in agriculture. Brett Barker Brett, who’s half way through his Bachelor degree in Agriculture at Latrobe University, said the...
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  • Round two for ChemClear in Queensland

    Feb 6 2013
    It seems like round two for Queenslanders needing the services of the ChemClear program after the state has once again been battered by historic storms and floods. Since late last year, ChemClear has been planning its 2013 collection for Queensland which was scheduled to start in June. ChemClear’s National Program Manager Lisa...
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  • drumMUSTER and ChemClear lend a hand in bushfire clean-up

    Jan 25 2013
    Australia’s two on-farm chemical waste programs are lending a hand to those affected in the bushfires by assisting the clean-up of any agvet chemicals or containers damaged in the devastation. So far more than 200 homes and about as many sheds across the country have been destroyed by raging fires in Victoria and NSW. In Coona...
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  • Tasmania collection on hold after registration slump

    Jan 10 2013
    A planned collection of unwanted and out-of-date agvet chemicals for Tasmanian waste holders is currently on hold due to a lack of registrations. Currently more than 600 litres of unwanted “Group 1” chemical have been registered through ChemClear after a call for registrations was announced last October. Under the program Gr...
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  • ChemClear NSW run clears 11 tonnes of chemicals

    Jan 10 2013
    ChemClear has started the New Year on a high after finalising the results of the program’s latest run through NSW. The program, which collects and disposes unwanted and out-of-date agvet chemicals, cleaned-up a total of 11,383 litres of product from around the state. More than 6300 litres of chemical classified as Group 1 was ...
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  • Slow registrations prompt renewed calls in Tasmania

    Dec 20 2012
    A lack of agvet chemicals being registered for this year’s ChemClear collection run in Tasmania has promoted ChemClear to call on chemical users to clear out their unwanted stocks or wait another  year. The waste disposal program that collects unwanted, unused or out of date agvet chemicals announced its annual collection for...
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  • Registrations soar for NSW chemical clean-up

    Nov 14 2012
    Thousands of out-of-date and unwanted agvet chemicals have been registered for disposal through ChemClear to be collected in its scheduled NSW run next month. It’s not too late to register, with the booking line scheduled to close on Friday 14th September. The ChemClear truck will visit Albury, Harden, Bombala, Moree, Cobar, ...
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